Shaping the future of probiotics and prebiotics

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2021
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Cunningham, Marla
Azcarate-Peril, M. Andrea
Barnard, Alan
Benoit, Valerie
Grimaldi, Roberta
Guyonnet, Denis
Holscher, Hannah D.
Hunter, Kirsty
Manurung, Sarmauli
Obis, David
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Recent and ongoing developments in microbiome science are enabling new frontiers of research for probiotics and prebiotics. Novel types, mechanisms, and applications currently under study have the potential to change scientific understanding as well as nutritional and healthcare applications of these interventions. The expansion of related fields of microbiome-targeted interventions, and an evolving landscape for implementation across regulatory, policy, prescriber, and consumer spheres, portends an era of significant change. In this review we examine recent, emerging, and anticipated trends in probiotic and prebiotic science, and create a vision for broad areas of developing influence in the field.
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Probiotics , Prebiotics , Microbiome , Personalised , Precision , Future trends
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Cunningham, M., Azcarate-Peril, M.A., Barnard, A., Benoit, V., Grimaldi, R., Guyonnet, D., Holscher, H.D., Hunter, K., Manurung, S., Obis, D., Petrova, M.I., Steinert, R.E., Swanson, K.S., Van Sinderen, D., Vulevic, J. and Gibson, G.R. (2021) ‘Shaping the future of probiotics and prebiotics’, Trends in Microbiology, 29(8), pp. 667–685. doi: 10.1016/j.tim.2021.01.003